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One of the hardest parts of buying a new car is picking which car works best for you. There are over 300 new models every year to choose from and it can be intimidating. At this point you might have an idea of what new car will be yours, but until you analyze the pros and cons of each vehicle, that’s all you have an idea. Nobody wants to be the person who jumped the gun and bought a Yugo 30 years ago. This is an exciting time; this is your chance at a new start with the car you have always wanted. So get in, buckle up and enjoy the ride.
I wish I could say that just thinking about what kind of new car you desire is all it takes, but there are several steps you must take to drive home with the right one. The good news is that all of your research can be done with just a click of the mouse. With the exception of a test drive, you can do most of your car research online including researching different cars. figuring out your financing options, and getting free price quotes. More and more dealerships have Internet sales managers who specialize in dealing with Internet buyers (that’s you).
The best way to narrow down the field is to make a prioritized list of the factors that are most important to you. When someone asks us for advice on a new car purchase, these are our three starting questions: